A new generation of black misleadership, Symone Sanders and Jay-Z, seeks to take the place of Oprah and Bill Cosby. These are the pawns the fascist plutocracy has long used to maintain oppression.
They turn one race against another, as they turn the middle class against the poor, which means the entire population is not just divided but splintered. There can be no populist revolt for justice and fairness if there is no shared sense of being a public, a single people.
The attack on poor blacks has always been key to this strategy. And that has required the telling of lies so often that they are taken as truth. But let’s be clear. The attack on poor whites has been equally important. The purpose is to keep the masses from realizing they have shared interests and shared enemies.
The Myth of Weak and Broken Black Families
Black Families: “Broken” and “Weak”
Structural Racism and Personal Responsibility
Working Hard, But For What?
Whose Work Counts? Who Gets Counted?
Racism Without Racists: Victimization & Silence
“The next time you’re bombarded with over-the-top claims about how our country is doomed or the world is coming apart at the seams, brush off the cynics and fearmongers. Because the truth is, if you had to choose any time in the course of human history to be alive, you’d choose this one. Right here in America, right now.”
~ Barack Obama
by Danny Haiphong edited by O Society October 14, 2019
Without self-determination, socialism becomes an economist demand which fails to account for imperial rule.
“Neoliberalism leaves workers competing against each other in a great race to the bottom.”
The conditions of decline which characterize the neoliberal stage of capitalist production worldwide no doubt led to a growth in the scope and influence of fascism in the Western world. In the U.S., fascism manifests as a bipartisan consensus advocating war and austerity, as well as the rise of politically right-wing…
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